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    Super Member ScubaK's Avatar
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    Today I took your recipe and made 2 loaves of Wheat Bread, 1 loaf of White and then took the other dough of white and made cinnamon rolls following Southernplate.com recipe. Yummy!!!
    Oh, did not use the bread machine...just good ole kneading myself.
    Thanks for the recipe.
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    Those are eye popping awesome!!!! Marsye

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    You are all starving me! Bread is my favorite food, but I am trying to lose a little weight. I will try this recipe as my reward when I get down a few pounds. Thanks.

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    Yum! Will have to go and get some fresh yeast...mine has gone out of code. That happens to me pretty often. I get to making it often and then stop.
    Tink's Mom (My name is really Susie)

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    My Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer also does a great job mixing and kneading bread and the recipe book that goes with it has several outstanding bread recipes.

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    Lucky you!! I've had 3 different brands of bread machines and haven't gotten a decent loaf from any of them.

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    Just dusted off my bread machine and today made a loaf of whole wheat bread. Much better than store bought. Thanks for your recipe.
    Lizzy in La.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewOK View Post
    My Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer also does a great job mixing and kneading bread and the recipe book that goes with it has several outstanding bread recipes.
    I am getting one of these for my upcoming birthday! Good to see your post, can't wait to play with mine. Have a bread machine too, but thinking I will trying making bread again using this! Nice to here more info about it, thanks!
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    Looks so inviting. I just love freshly baked bread and butter. Yum Yum.

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    Thank you so much for this bread recipe, I love making this bread recipe and in the bread maker it is a snap...It is soooooo goood...Thank you so much

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    Keep your yeast in the freezer. It will last for years. I buy yeast in the bulk packages at Sam's Club and keep it in the freezer. I'm using yeast that has been in the freezer for over 2 years. Don't bake in your bread machine. Let the machine do the mixing and first kneading. Take the dough out an put in a covered oiled bowl and let rise in warm place. Punch down and knead a little in the bowl, pinch off dough and shape into rolls. Place on baking sheet, cover and let rise and then bake. It only takes a few minutes of hands on work if you let the machine do the big job.
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